SAT Math: Grid-In and Extended Thinking Questions


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What kind of questions on the SAT Math section include several questions organized around a single data set or scenario?

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1. Which one of the following is the best definition of a grid-in question?

2. Which one of the following is NOT a strategy for solving extended-thinking and grid-in questions?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Before tackling the SAT, you can refresh yourself on grid-in and extended thinking questions with this combination of a quiz and worksheet. Questions will ask you about a definition for the grid-in format, and strategies for solving both types of SAT questions.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can find the following subjects inside the quiz section:

  • Defining a grid-in question
  • Strategies for solving extended thinking and grid-in questions
  • Writing fractions
  • Writing decimal answers

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about writing fraction answers
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about extended thinking
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately describe the grid-in format

Additional Learning

To study more, head over to the lesson titled, SAT Math: Grid-In and Extended Thinking Questions. This is where you can look into the following extra topics:

  • More examples of grid-in questions
  • Other examples of extended thinking questions
  • Contrasting of the two formats